Today is the day! The 2016 Eurovision season really gets going now, as by the end of today, we will have our first confirmed entry for Stockholm. That comes from tonight’s final of Festivali i Këngës 54.

Over the last two evenings, 30 songs have been performed and whittled down to the 22 that you will see tonight.

Simon and Rinor are there and will be covering the rehearsals and bringing you action from throughout the day. And don’t forget to be here tonight for our coverage of the event itself and news of who will be representing Albania in Eurovision 2016.

The official Eurovision website will be streaming tonight’s show from 20:30 CET and we’ll be covering proceedings on this page as well as on Twitter and Instagram.

Here is the running order for tonight’s show:

  1. Sigi Bastri – Engjëll i Lirë
  2. Klodian Kaçani & Rezarta Smaja – Dashuri në përjetësi
  3. Dilan Reka – Buzëqesh
  4. Adrian Lulgjuraj – Jeto dhe ëndërro
  5. Erga Halilaj – Monolog
  6. Evans Rama – Flakë
  7. Jozefina Simoni – Një det me ty
  8. Egert Pano – Mos Ik
  9. Genc Tukiçi – Sa të dashuroj
  10. Kosma Dushi – Një Kafe
  11. Luiz Ejlli – Pa Mbarim
  12. Teuta Kurti – Në Sytë e Mi
  13. Besa Krasniqi – Liroje zemrën
  14. Nilsa Hysi – Asaj
  15. Kristi Popa – Ajo çfarë ndjej
  16. Flaka Krelani – S’je për mua
  17. Enxhi Nasufi – Infinit
  18. Lindi Islami – Për një mrekulli
  19. Florent Abrashi – Të ndjek çdo hap
  20. Eneda Tarifa – Përrallë
  21. Renis Gjoka – Ato që s’ti them dot
  22. Aslajdon Zaimaj – Merrmë Që Sot

Matteo Manta
December 27, 201511:20 pm

A lot of confetti going on here, she’s amused, but not as much.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201511:19 pm

AND ENEDA TARIFA IS GOING TO STOCKHOLM


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201511:19 pm

2nd: Aslajdon Zaimaj – Merrmë Që Sot


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201511:19 pm

3th: Flaka Krelani – S’je për mua


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201511:19 pm

4th: Klodian Kaçani & Rezarta Smaja – Dashuri në përjetësi


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201511:19 pm

5th: Enxhi Nasufi – Infinit


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201511:19 pm

6th: Nilsa Hysi – Asaj


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201511:18 pm

7th: Dilan Reka – Buzëqesh


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201511:18 pm

8th place: Teuta Kurti – Në Sytë e Mi


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201511:18 pm

9th place: Renis Gjoka – Ato që s’ti them dot


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201511:18 pm

10th place: Evans Rama – Flakë


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201511:17 pm

HERE ARE THE RESULTS!


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201511:12 pm

While we wait for the results, let’s just refresh this:


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201511:08 pm

Virtuous violinist, no idea of the name, is on stage.

End time expected by Eurovision.tv: 23:30 CET. That was clearly a funny joke.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201511:00 pm

Meanwhile I just remembered there was “And then there were none” on telly and I missed it, this interval act is about previous FiKers. Three of them are on stage, the fourth passed away, so they played a video of him.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201510:52 pm

Klodian Kaçani and Rezarta Smaja just got a prize from Eurosig, the insurance sponsor.

Good for them.


Simon Wells
December 27, 201510:37 pm

We’ve had some chats in the green room with the big favourites – videos to follow!

There now follows an interval act of indeterminable purpose or duration.


Danny Ni
December 27, 201510:32 pm

Definitely can relate to this!


Danny Ni
December 27, 201510:32 pm

Definitely can relate to this!


Danny Ni
December 27, 201510:31 pm

Definitely can relate to this!


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201510:30 pm

Commercial break. Who’s going to win?


Danny Ni
December 27, 201510:28 pm

We are now being introduced to the jury members


Danny Ni
December 27, 201510:27 pm

Aslajdon Zaimaj is last on stage with “Merrmë Që Sot”. This is different – a rap song with a live band and orchestra. Surprisingly, it actually works quite well. I can imagine it would sound a lot better in studio though. Will it rank highly on the scoreboard though? I highly doubt it.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201510:26 pm

Aslajdon Zaimaj is on stage. Last for tonight (I am waiting for the next hour and a half of interval acts and a very late announcement) “Merrmë Që Sot” is… modern. Sorry, I dried up in the last few minutes and I have no clue what’s going on anymore.


Danny Ni
December 27, 201510:24 pm

The penultimate song of the night is Renis Gjoka with “Ato që s’ti them dot”. Whilst this isn’t great, its actually one rock song that you could actually class as rock! I’m not quite sure if it’s a fashion trend in Albania to wear shades indoors but they certainly seem be going for that look tonight.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201510:23 pm

After whatever that was, Renis Gjoka is on stage. “Ato që s’ti them dot” is the second to last song for tonight. I am pretty much sure if you look up a Ligabue song you’ll get this. I apologise for having compared the entire FiK to Italian music, but that’s pretty much what happens when you have me commenting. Anyway, not bad, but honey. H&M 5€ shades are not really the cool thing to wear at the moment.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201510:14 pm

The other favourite from tonight, Eneda Tarifa is sporting the flat hair look too. What’s wrong with all of you? She is such a good looking lady. “Përrallë” is a good song and she clearly can sing. I am pretty much satisfied if Albania picks one of the two rumoured for tonight’s win!


Danny Ni
December 27, 201510:12 pm

Eneda Tarifa next with “Përrallë”. Vocally, she’s very good and the band are doing a great job here. The song itself lets it down as I feel it doesn’t really go anywhere apart from peaking slightly in the chorus.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201510:10 pm
I am quite surprised how the quality just got back up high now that the Festival is coming to an end. I like “Të ndjek çdo hap”, even though it’s a rock song and Florent Abrashi is not always on point.


Danny Ni
December 27, 201510:06 pm

Lindi Islami next with “Për një mrekulli”. In a first this evening, Lindi is playing his own guitar. He’s singing a mid tempo ballad and for the most is doing a good job, just a few screeches here and there! Quite a simple melody but one that could easily see this song translated into English should he win tonight.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 201510:06 pm

Hello Lindi Islami! You are definitely not the best singer of tonight, but quite an eye candy. “Për një mrekulli” is not even that bad, it sounds like something from a Sanremo of my childhood. You get my (virtual) vote.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20159:58 pm

The licked look seems to be big in Albania. Enxhi Nasufi is sporting another one of them. Someone should sto this flat hair madness.
“Infinit” is modern, pop, well sung and nice to hear. Very festival-y and the crowd went wild. That’s a good sign isn’t it?


Danny Ni
December 27, 20159:57 pm

Enxhi Nasufi takes to the stage and is dressed in all black as she performs “Infinit” now. After a slow building verse, this one changes style pretty dramatically and transforms into something fast tempo – which I can only describe as Albanian Schlager! She pulls it off well though, taking full control of the performance and following the camera round the stage continuously.


Danny Ni
December 27, 20159:52 pm

Flaka Krelani – S’je për mua is the next song to be performed. Flaka is dressed all in white and starts to perform this comfortably. This is another favourite and again, can totally understand why – it’s modern, features synthesizers and is one of very few that could actually get Albania to the final in Stockholm. There is one point though where she begins talking rather than singing which was a bit unexpected. Other than that, this is one of the better songs tonight.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20159:51 pm

Flaka Krelani has come in top5 a lot of times. Simon has defined her the albanian Sanna. This song sounds a bit like a Kygo/The Weeknd song (I know I’m exaggerating a bit here), but this is the first time tonight that I got excited for a song. “S’je për mua” is quite a good composition. Let’s ship her straight away to Stockholm.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20159:47 pm

Let’s stop this please. Kristi Popa shows up with a kid that looks into a telescope, then starts mumbling through “Ajo çfarë ndjej”. Off key is just a nice way of describing this.


Danny Ni
December 27, 20159:47 pm

Kristi Popa next and he seem’s to bring his child to the stage briefly for the opening of the song (Anything to pull in a few extra votes I guess!) Not quite sure what to make of this, there’s very little instrumentation here – there’s also very little notes in tune. The backing vocalists feature quite a lot and at times seem to over power Kristi completely. It’s just all a bit of a mess – he’s moving around the stage as if he’s looking for directions – please, someone just show him the exit!


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20159:42 pm

Nilsa Hysi is on stage. “Asaj” is a nice song, but I’m not completely bought into the melody she is singing. Probably she would be less struggling with a higher pitched song than that. But I’m pretty much satisfied – this looks modern enough.


Danny Ni
December 27, 20159:42 pm

After a short break, Nilsa Hysi is up next with “Asaj”. This is another dark and mysterious one, heavily featuring drums through the verses. The song really comes to life in the chorus though which is instantly memorable. I’ve got to admit, this one has been a favourite of mine after hearing the studio version and Nilsa’s performance from two nights ago. It’s modern, catchy and if selected I think could do VERY well at Eurovision – in English or Albanian.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20159:34 pm

A break now. If you need an insurance, Eurosig is here for you.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20159:32 pm
I am relieved. “Liroje zemrën” is a very nice feel good song. Besa Krasniqi has written this composition herself. I wouldn’t be averse of seeing her on stage in Stockholm, since she is young, fresh and very well poised.


Danny Ni
December 27, 20159:32 pm

Besa Krasniqi now with “Liroje zemrën” – a fun fact here, Besa lives in Sweden which clearly shows judging by the outfit she is wearing – a long beige dress and matching headband. One thing I instantly noticed when she took to the stage was charisma, she definitely oozes it. The song itself is one of the favourites to win tonight and after some of the drivel we have seen so far, I can see why. It’s catchy, memorable and I think could be easily baked into a strong Eurovision entry come May.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20159:29 pm

Those are some LUSCIOS eyelashes! Teuta Kurti is on stage and looks a bit fishy due to the fake lashes. “Në Sytë e Mi” is a bit like other songs tonight: starts off in a way, abruptly changes and then builds up. If they stuck with just one part of it, it would have been more acceptable. Not that bad though.


Danny Ni
December 27, 20159:27 pm

We’re at the halfway stage. Teuta Kurti next up with “Në Sytë e Mi”. Teuta is dressed in a black sparkly dress and seem’s confident as she performs. I’m liking the style of this song, the verses build into a strong chorus – unfortunately though Teuta struggles with a few of the high notes.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20159:24 pm

Luiz Ejlli is back on stage. Will we see him again at Eurovision? “Pa Mbarim” gets us back on track as it is a nice song. Thank you God. I am trying to find words to describe it – as it is good (not best, but good), but I am hypnotised by the very thick tie he’s wearing.


Danny Ni
December 27, 20159:23 pm

Luiz Ejlli is on stage now with “Pa Mbarim”. Of course, he is most known for representing Albania back in 2006 with “Zjarr E Ftohtë”. This has quite a dark and mysterious feel to it, far different to the song he performed in Athens. Whilst there’s nothing wrong with this vocally, I’m struggling to see how this could do well in Stockholm – even translated into English.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20159:19 pm

Kosma Dushi is singing his “Një Kafe” with not really much emphasis. He’s probably at his 100th FiK, so he’s very comfortable on stage. He has blabbed about something at the end – no idea what.


Danny Ni
December 27, 20159:19 pm

Things seem to be getting worse! After the travesty of the previous song, Kosma Dushi has just taken to the stage to perform “Një Kafe”. I’ll be honest though, this one certainly has some more life in it and Kosma is smiling away at the camera (apart from one little huff during the guitar solo). Hopefully this is just a bad batch and we’ll be back on track soon.


Danny Ni
December 27, 20159:15 pm
Genc Tukiçi next with “Sa të dashuroj”. Another one that has his eyes closed throughout the performance. But, we have reasons to be excited – this one features a trumpet! Unfortunately, it only makes an appearance once and for a mere 10 seconds. This is an operatic ballad that goes on for far too long.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20159:13 pm

I am not expressing myself on Genc Tukiçi and his “Sa të dashuroj”.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20159:06 pm

I was trying to ask myself how was it possible to Albania to end up with such a good and modern song last year, seen how stiff and “elegant” the style of the festival is – I remembered afterwards it wasn’t the song that Elhaida had in the Festival.

Well. Awks.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20159:04 pm

That wasn’t that long! Loaded up with crisps here, let’s get back on the competition.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20159:00 pm

Now it’s the moment where we thank the sponsors. Amazing people who helped us get this year’s Festival.

And a bit of commercial. (Bit = could be long)


Danny Ni
December 27, 20158:57 pm

And the award for the most lifeless performance so far goes to Egert Pano.

His song “Mos Ik” is different compared to the others we’ve seen as it’s highly jazz focused. But there’s not much that can be said about his stage presence. Vocally, he’s not bad – although the song itself doesn’t really feature high notes and stays at the same tempo throughout. it’s very much the’ dad at a wedding whos had too many and takes to the stage to murder a classic. ‘ His suit is nice though.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:57 pm

Song number 8. Egert Pano brings some smooth jazzy notes with “Mos Ik” on stage.

I might have to take back my having classified this year’s festival as modern.


Simon Wells
December 27, 20158:56 pm

Quite a few of the audience are checking Facebook in their phones during this one!


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:53 pm

There are two Italians doing the audio of the show and they just thanked them. That’s as much as I can understand.


Danny Ni
December 27, 20158:53 pm

The less said about the previous song the better (and I think they think the same as he’s quickly ushered off stage). as we begin Song 7 – Jozefina Simoni with” Një det me ty”. Jozefina is dressed all in black for this, which is a mid tempo ballad. It’s quite the dramatic song is this and definetely suits her image. She’s working the camera well which is making the performance all the more interesting.


Danny Ni
December 27, 20158:53 pm

The less said about the previous song the better (and I think they think the same as he’s quickly ushered off stage). as we begin Song 7 – Jozefina Simoni with” Një det me ty”. Jozefina is dressed all in black for this, which is a mid tempo ballad. It’s quite the dramatic song is this and definetely suits her image. She’s working the camera well which is making the performance all the more interesting.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:51 pm

Quite a fast way of introducing people here. The guy wasn’t even out of the stage that the hostess called in Jozefina Simoni with “Një det me ty”. I am again confused by the song that sounds like a mashup of different pieces. Liking her style, though. Yes, I am a shallow person.


Danny Ni
December 27, 20158:46 pm

Evans Rama and “Flake” is next. Oh dear, not very much to say here other than it looks like he was dragged in from outside at last minute. We have some electric guitars but they just seem totally out of place with this song (if that’s what it can be called). Evans is also wearing dark shades making any interaction with the audience redundant. This doesn’t stand a chance. (How the heck did it even qualify!?)


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:46 pm

As they would do in Sanremo, the guest has just announced Evans Rama on stage with “Flakë”. The backing vocalists are quite composed for this being a rock song. If you type “Vasco Rossi” in the google search bar you might have found the doppelgänger of this gentleman on stage.

Having a bit of a problem with the just mentioned singer, I’ll pass on this one.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:42 pm

Walking down memory lane here. After all, this is the 54th edition.


Danny Ni
December 27, 20158:40 pm

Dressed elegantly in white, Erga Halilaj next with “Monolog”. This one is a big number with a big chorus but she’s pulling it off very well, belting out every single note. One thing she isn’t doing though is interacting with the cameras, her eyes remained closed for much of this performance. It’s also worth noting, Erga was backing vocalist for Elhaida last year and Hersi in 2014. This one isn’t bad at all and I can certainly see it ranking quite highly on the scoreboard.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:39 pm

Time for Erga Halilaj. Monolog would be a safe choice for Albania. Epic soft rock ballad with a female singer (used to the Eurovision stage – having been backing vocalist for Elhaida and Hersi). She has the voice, but we are missing a bit the point of the song after a few minutes.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:34 pm

Adrian Lulgjuraj is on stage with “Jeto dhe ëndërro”. A few shots gone wrong of the guitarist being lit up by God’s beam. I am surprised that they allowed him on stage with a leather glove on his left hand.

Not much to say about the song, didn’t leave me with much.


Danny Ni
December 27, 20158:33 pm

Adrian Lulgjuraj takes to the stage now with his soft rock number “ Jeto dhe ëndërro”. It was all going well, until he went for a air-guitar moment! This one has backing singers but I’m baffled as to why, they just don’t seem to fit with the song at all. In fact, nothing seemed to really fit here!


Danny Ni
December 27, 20158:27 pm

They certainly aren’t messing about tonight. Dilan takes to the stage, looking very confident. Vocally he’s on point and is maintaining eye contact with the cameras throughout. The song itself is interesting as it changes tempo quite rapidly, one thing that caught my ears when performed in the semi final.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:27 pm

As much as I’m a fan of suits that are not blue or black, that bottle green was not really the choice, Dilan.

Dilan Reka is on stage and I have to say that he has a really good voice. The only thing about “Buzëqesh” is that it changes quite randomly halfway through and now I’m not sure what I’m listening to anymore.
Fix it and this could be another act to Stockholm. Also because: young, good voice, pleasant appearance are good things for getting to the final.


Danny Ni
December 27, 20158:22 pm

A nice climax to the song with Klodian & Rezarta linking hands before a gracious bow to the crowd


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:21 pm

We are going quite fast for now (which means ENDLESS interval acts possibly) and we have Klodian Kaçani and Rezarta Smaja on stage. A dramatic rendition for “Dashuri në përjetësi”. Translate it in english, give it a kick to the stage and this is ready for the Stockholm final.
(I am a bit confused to why I’m so nice tonight)


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:20 pm

Quite a nice beginning for the night, I didn’t mind Sigi Bastri’s song. I liked the sound of it, but Sigi, please, no white fitted dress ever again.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:16 pm

Sigi Bastri is already on stage with “Engjëll i Lirë”. Please bear in mind I have been involved in Italian Christmas parties the last two days and I have no clue about tonight’s songs.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:15 pm

If you want to know what tonight will look like…


Danny Ni
December 27, 20158:14 pm

Merry FIKMAS! After a 30 minute or so delay, the show has finally begun!


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:14 pm

All looks all Sanremo-y from me. Like an updated modern version of Sanremo that says much about the Italian festival.

And here comes the drone (that everyone is applauding) that Simon has tweeted about. It seems is from a sponsorship.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:10 pm

MERRY FIKMAS (for real this time) TO ALL!


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:07 pm

Ok, so. It was all a lie. The title came up, but we are served with lovely commercials. Bear with.


Simon Wells
December 27, 20158:07 pm

The backing singers and orchestra are taking some selfies before the show begins. Adverts shown here. All ready to sing the theme tune.


Matteo Manta
December 27, 20158:05 pm

Matteo here too to comment on this year’s FiKmas. Hope your holidays are going well, as this is going to be quite a long affaire. And it’s starting even on the webcast!

Look how lovely is the stage, captured by Simon:


Simon Wells
December 27, 20158:05 pm

Merry FiKmas one and all


Simon Wells
December 27, 20158:04 pm

The lights have gone down!!!


Simon Wells
December 27, 20157:59 pm

The Albanians know the deal – 15 min after the official start time, they are still sauntering in the front entrance of Pallati Kongreseve knowing full well they won’t miss anything!


Simon Wells
December 27, 20155:23 pm

Things have been pretty quiet in Pallati Kongreseve this afternoon. No full rehearsals, just some technical bits and bobs. Gives me an excuse to sit at the FiK piano <3
The stage door foyer area has been prettied up with some tables and curtains to create a green room, ready for the 22 contenders to await their fate!


Simon Wells
December 27, 20155:08 pm

For our tour inside and outside of Pallati Kongreseve, take a look on our facebook page at our two latest videos: https://www.facebook.com/escXtra/


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December 27, 20155:07 pm

For our tour inside and outside of Pallati Kongreseve, take a look on our facebook page at our two latest videos: https://www.facebook.com/escXtra/

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December 27, 20155:05 pm

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December 27, 20155:04 pm

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December 27, 20155:04 pm

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December 27, 20155:04 pm

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December 27, 20155:02 pm

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December 27, 20154:46 pm

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Simon Wells
December 27, 201510:37 am

Will be caning VodafoneAL’s 4G today to keep you updated of everything happening at Pallati Kongreseve. The updates may come under Simon ‘s name but it is both Simon and Rinor here, live in Tiranë.


Simon Wells
December 27, 201510:10 am

The sun has risen on another bright winter’s day in Tiranë and we are preparing for a long and thrilling day. But first time for sufllaqe!

Content Manager: In the real world I work in PR and I love pizza, dogs and gin. When it comes to Eurovision I can be quite a cynical fan at times, but I can always be won over by a killer key-change.

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